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Bj's Coconut Macaroons

Ready in 45 minutes
29 review(s) averaging 4.8. 89% would make again

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Chewy coconut macaroons that are easy!

"Keeper! This is the recipe I'll use from now on. Did take some trial and error to determine temp and time to cook them in my oven. In order to avoid being too brown on bottom I needed to reduce oven temp to 325. Also cooking time to 16-17 min, I also must use a silipat mat on my baking sheets. "

- Jldozer

Ingredients

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5 cups Coconut; shredded
2/3 cup Flour
1 14-oz can Sweetened condensed milk
1 ea Egg white
1/4 teaspoon Salt
1 teaspoon Vanilla extract

Original recipe makes 3

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Preparation

Measure and mix coconut and flour in a large mixing bowl. Add in salt, then condensed milk and egg white. Mix throughly. Drop 1/8 cup scoopfuls on to a cookie sheet. (I use my Pampered Chef scooper - works great!) Bake for 18-20 minutes at 350 degrees until golden brown. Remove from cookie sheet immediately and allow to cool on a wire rack.

I modified another recipe on BigOven to make these, in order to utilize a full 14 oz. can of sweetened condensed milk and increase the number of macaroons yielded.

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russbman 1 month ago
Really good. The only change I made was heating the oven at 325 degrees. I burned my first batch a little.
NikkyBar40 4 months ago
Love this recipe! First time I made giant macaroons then made mini ones for Easter to go with key lime pie :)
Wendles25 5 months ago
The photo looks amazing and I can't wait to try it! One (probably silly) question though, what is meant by the 'ea' in 'one ea egg white?' Is this a typo? Does it only call for one egg white?
jaydog 5 months ago
Easy and fast. The edges browned up faster but I just adjusted the time to 15 min for second batch. Will make again.
savannahchase 6 months ago
Great for all ages. Made a batch and they were gone. If you like coconut you will love these!
awallace13601 8 months ago
Delicious! Very simple to make and were very tasty. I think I made them too big and should have done smaller heaps but they turned out great anyway! I also melted some milk chocolate and dipped them in chocolate. Mmm mmm good!
Geminimay31st 9 months ago
Keeper! This is the recipe I'll use from now on. Did take some trial and error to determine temp and time to cook them in my oven. In order to avoid being too brown on bottom I needed to reduce oven temp to 325. Also cooking time to 16-17 min, I also must use a silipat mat on my baking sheets.
Jldozer 9 months ago
Made these today and they turned out great. Then I drizzled chocolate over them Delicious!!!
chansman 9 months ago
The only size cans I can fine are 300 ml. The equivalent is app. 7 oz. so I used 2 cans. The cookies flatten out to much and the edges brown too much. What am I doing wrong?? They taste good, but I could not put them on a holiday plate.
Caro66 9 months ago
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